Skip to main content

Full text of "Rapid Population Growth Consequences And Policy Implications"

See other formats


Marxists, 549,554
Maternal age, 412, 414, 430-34, 450, 452
Maternal deprivation, 179, 182,  185-86
Maternal health. See Health, maternal
Maternal mortality. See Mortality, maternal
Mauritius, 128, 130, 133, 645
Medical care. See Health services
Mexico: abortion in, 493, 515; agriculture in, 228, 254, 256, 257, 258; attitudes on family planning in, 543-44; demographic patterns in, 108, 113, 127, 643, 645, 648; socioeconomic variables and fertility in, 141; urbanization in, 276, 281, 284, 286, 310. See also Monterrey, Mexico
Micro-analysis. See Family
Middle East, 229
Migrants: adjustment of, 296-307; and place of origin, 278-85, 605-6; selectivity of, 275-95, 307-11; values of, 304-7. See also Migration, rural-urban
Migration: and age structure, 526-77; for economic reasons, 601-2, 603; international, 201,568,583-84, 613; policies on, 611; political effects of, 600-607; return, 284-85, 606; and socioeconomic differentials, 298-302; stage, 279-80
Migration, rural-urban: and agriculture, 258, 263, 265, 268; and education, 337; evaluation of, 204, 273-78; health effects of, 463; of Negroes, 596-97; and social disorganization, 302-7,588
Minerals, 223,224,232-33 ,   Modern period, 114-17,480 4^ Modernization, 105, 167,204-5,496-97, 646
Monterrey, Mexico, 277-81, 284, 289, 293,296-301,304-6,308,310
Mortality: control of, 369, 370, 372; future trends in, 329-30, 346; and modern attitudes, 609-10; at older ages, 647
Mortality, maternal: by birth control practices, 507. See also Abortion; Health, maternal
Mortality decline: adult, 169-70, 171; in demographic transition, 123-24; and fertility, 646; and fertility control, 200-201; future trends in, 644-45; as health services goal, 370-84; and infant-
child survival, 154-55, 167, 612; and rapid population growth, 105, 107-10, 120-21, 132, 368; reasons for, 154-55; and savings, 155-56
Moslem  societies,   125rc-26n,   130,   144,
515-16
Natality control. See Birth control
National goals, 369,377,384-85,577
Nationalism, 571, 609; and attitudes on population size, 546-49; ethnic and racial, 551-56,558
Natural increase, 105, 107, 327n
Near East, 128
Negro: in city, 588, 610-11, 623; differential fertility of, 575, 579, 596-97, 598; welfare of, 630. See also Black militants
Neo-Malthusianism, 176, 177, 222
Netherlands, 107, 464
New left, 545, 577-58
Newspapers, 143, 144
New York City, 484
New Zealand, 125, 133,644
Nigeria, 113, 129,318
Nixon, Richard M., 241
North America, 318, 481; demographic data on, 676-77; demographic patterns in, 105,106, 110, 112, 125-27
Northern areas, 110,112,113
Norway, 519
Nurture effects, 179-81, 187, 188, 194
Nutrition. See Food; Malnutrition
Oceania, 106, 110,481,679
Old age: as dependency group, 116; political demands of, 581-82; security for, 492,622,625,633
Opportunity costs, 149, 158
Pakistan: agriculture in, 252, 254, 257, 259, 260, 261, 267; education in, 318, 320, 332, 344, 346-51; family planning in, 161-64; health services in, 389, 393-95; population of, 109, 113, 589; socioeconomic development and fertility in, 129, 143-144
Panama, 127
Paper, 229-31,239,242
Parental-mortality effect, 180, 181vice goals of, 376, 393, 396; population of, 109, 113; socioeconomic development and fertility in,129,143-44lity, 371